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A gondola can carry 20 skiers, with a total mass of up

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Problem 7.12

A gondola can carry 20 skiers, with a total mass of up to2250 kg. The gondola ascends at a constant speed from the baseof a mountain, at 2150 m, to the summit at 3345 m. (a) Howmuch work does the motor do in moving a full gondola up themountain? (b) How much work does gravity do on thegondola? (c) If the motor is capable of generating 10% morework than found in (a), what is the acceleration of the gondola?

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HDFS chapter 3 physical development and biological again Body Growth and Change physically change in shape, what we think, how people think of us, and capable of thinking, doing, and feeling. Patterns of Growth cephalocaudal pattern fastest growth in the human body from top to bottom. Sensory and motor development follows this pattern like babies see before they can control their limbs, use their hands before they can crawl or walk. proximodistal pattern growth sequence that starts at the center of the body and moves towards the extremities. Height and Weight in Infancy and Childhood Infancy first several days, losing 55­7 lbs, adjusting to sucking, swallowing, digesting, growing rapidly the first month. doubling by 4 months, growing 3/4 inch per month. by yr 2, grows up

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Textbook: Physics for Scientists & Engineers with Modern Physics
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Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
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